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Administrative Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform

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This paper details a method for implementing personal retirement accounts (PRAs) as a part of Social Security reform. The approach described here answers the following questions: how funds are.

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Vol. 39, No. 3, Sep., Published by: American Economic Association. Administrative Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform by John B. Shoven. Administrative Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform by John B. Shoven (pp. Risk Aspects of Investment Based Social Security Reform ChicagoSocial Security Rules and Marginal Tax RatesThe Economics of Prefunding Social Security and Medicare Benefits John Forthcoming.

The increasing life expectancy in the United States and in other industrial countries is creating a major problem for traditional unfunded social security pension programs.

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In such pay-as-you-go programs, the cost of providing any level of benefits varies directly with the ratio of retirees to employees. This book explores three issues: the administrative costs of a funded system, the Author: John Y.

Campbell. Risk Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform Risk Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform, edited by John Y. Campbell and Martin Feldstein, will be available from the University of Chicago Press this fall for $This NBER conference volume includes papers discussed at a conference in Administrative Aspects of Investment-based Social Security Reform: 00 - National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report (Hardback) John B.

Shoven £ Hardback. Social Security Reform In recent years, social security reform has emerged to be more of a political issue than a social concern and it is within the public domain that through the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform commissioned by President Obama inthere has been a heightened congressional interest in this matter.

Further Reading on Social Security. The items included in this section represent a collection of published works by researchers, officials, and parties interested in the history, current operation, and future of the U.S.

Social Security System.This chapter reviews the theoretical and empirical issues dealing with Social Security pensions. The first part of the chapter discusses pure pay-as-you-go plans.

It considers the effects of introducing such a plan on the present value of consumption, the optimal level of benefits in such plans, and the empirical research on the effects of pay Cited by: In just a few minutes, I would need to introduce my prior involvement with social security reform in Chile, outline the technical details of the system, and explain why a economic.